Hajer Kratou

Hajer Kratou

Tunisia, “How does Biodiversity loss increase income inequality?”

Hajer Kratou is an economist. She got her Ph.D. in 2015 from the university of Auvergne, Clermont 1 (France). She holds scopus-index publications related to different macroeconomic topics such as income inequality, remittances, climate change. she is also involved in different research projects in political and social science. She worked as a lecturer in ESSECT (university of Tunis) for five semesters and as a secondary school teacher in rectorat of Clermont (France). Dr. Hajer worked for 2 years as a researcher in one of the pioneer micro finance institution in Tunis and as a consultant with the African Union. In the Fall 2017, Dr. Hajer had worked in Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd University (KSA) for 2 years as assistant professor in economics and recently (fall 2019) she joined Ajman University in UAE as a researcher leading the economic research group and as academician teaching in the department of finance.

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Day 2, Wednesday November 1, 2023
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Parallel Session | Panel 3.2 | Call for Papers 4 – Biodiversity loss, poverty and global inequality – links and trade-offs

Black-headed Spider Monkey / Teatro Casa Blanca

Session Description: At this session, a set of shortlisted papers from the Call for Papers will be presented. More details will be added